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and the young man having his moment here in eugene. this is goloman, and there's a 3, back of the rim, no and then last touched underneath by the ducks. >> doug: what a weapon, chris boucher, the junior college all-american. a shot blocker. and a floor stretcher, all at the same time. only 190 pounds soaking wet. >> spero: he is all arms and legs. coming up tonight on cbs, it all begins with ""ncis, los angeles" and then "48." only cbs. the final 45 seconds. and ucla certainly not the defensive effort that steve alford was hoping for but they were right there for much of this game. welsh extends and finishes. >> doug: i thought their defense was better at times in the second half but they couldn't secure the rebound.
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figure out. on their best days, they can play with anyone. >> doug: and credit oregon. they did a tremendous job of taking away the strength of ucla's offense. >> spero: i would go out and -- on a limb and say that the oregon ducks will be in the tournament. >> doug: i think they are a tough match-up and you could see them in the second weekend if they continue to improve. >> spero: and benson is able to clean it up. perfect exclamation point for the ducks and holiday's heave at the horn is short. dana altman and oregon flexing its muscle as they defeat steve alford's bruins, 76 86-72. and right now oregon in sole possession of second place. >> doug: and is they get a shot
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upcoming. and guard your yard, protect your turf, and the ducks did just that, sweeping ucla and usc. >> spero: this one was fun. for doug gottlieb, this is spero dedes saying so long from eugene. your final, orgover ucla. closed captioning provided by cbs sports division >> spero: this has been a
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snow -- wind -- rain and ice.
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the past 24 hours -- good evening and thanks for joining us tonight - i )m todd corillo. right now there is no landline phone service in the gibbs wood area of currituck north carolina. if there )s an emergency -- you need to call 9-1-1 from a cell phone. century link has not provided an e-t-a for repairs -- also new from virginia state police -- one person has died in hampton due to hypothermia -- we are still working to get more information. now let s get right to the weather -- we join meteorologists dominic and patrick for team weather coverage -- snow and wind, then sunshine....as we move through our saturday evening, bands of snow will continue to fall across parts of hampton roads as the area of low pressure that )s affected us over the past couple of days continues to spin off our coast. there will be some additional snow and ice accumulations tonight as our temperatures continue to fall
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and because of those bitterly cold temps, black ice on roads, bridges and overpasses will be a major concern tonight through early sunday morning, so be careful. the winds will be a big player in our weather this evening. with strong winds from the north- northwest around 20 and 30 mph, with gusts up to 40-45 mph, there will be a concern for tidal flooding, especially around high tide. high tide at sewells point will be at 8:49 pm saturday evening. water levels will mainly reach minor levels. however, some moderate flooding could occur in some spots. snow will taper off overnight into early sunday morning. in fact, as most of us are getting started with our day on sunday, the clouds will begin to break up, giving way to a good deal of sunshine through the day.
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by monday, highs will be back into the mid and upper 40s, which will help with some of the snow melt. on tuesday, we )ll have highs in-pthe mid 50s.
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the winter storm is creating a mess on the roads. as of 2 p-m this afternoon -- virginia state police have responded to nearly two- hundred crashes and more than five-hundred disabled vehicles across the commonwealth. hampton roads leads the state in those accidents -- with more than
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right now -- virginia beach police have shut down westbound traffic on shore drive near atlantic avenue because of a fatal accident it happened just before 4 this afternoon. police say the driver was pronounced dead at the scene. only one car was involved. both speed and icy road conditions may have been a factor. on interstate 64 west bound in newport news - our crew came across three crashes in just a four mile stretch this morning. this was around eight-thirty near fort eustis. police had to block lanes at some points while they worked to get everything cleared. and there was a fatal accident this morning just before 7-30 on eye-64, east of indian river road. police say a woman crossed over the grassy median to the westbound lane and was t-boned by a truck. she was pronounced dead at the scene and the driver of the truck suffered minor injuries. police say the woman was not wearing her safety belt -- and its unclear if weather played a factor in the crash. and this is what the roads
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in newport news. yesterday -- virginia state police responded to nearly 850- crashes across the commonwealth - that s including one on route 17-where a man died. police say he lost control of his car and hit a tree. right now level four wind restrictions are in place at the chesapeake bay bridge tunnel. that means winds are greater than 60 miles per hour. the only types of vehicles allowed to cross are cars without exterior cargo, pick-up trucks without cargo, mini-vans, and suvs. we continue our live team coverage -- in ocean view -- where newschannel three s makenzie walter is tonight makenzie -- that s an area that could be prone to
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from snow to rain to sleet and back again - the streets in hampton roads are a mess tonight. i was sliding a little bit so im going home cuz its nothing to be played with right now. i dont know how bad the snow is going to get so i wanted to go ahead and pay my phone bill so ill be safe at home and i wont have to come out no more this morning - we saw major flooding all across the area - like here on olney road in norfolk. and the threat of more coastal flooding is on its way - with the tides rising around 9 o clock tonight. add that to the already dangerous conditions and it may be better to just stay off the roads i would recommend everyone going home you know its crazy out here the roads are slushy theres a lot of snow out there, theyre kind of turning into ice if you must go
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we continue our live team coverage -- in mathews county where they were hit hard yesterday -- kelly rule is live. kelly how does it
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in virginia beach -- one family is without a home -- after a tree
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on their house. this happened around three road. road and diamond springs. a woman and her mother tell newschannel in the house at the time the fell into it. neither one of them was injured, but now they are trying to figure out how they will get the house repaired. newschannel three is on top of all the local closings. all the on our website. to w-t-k-r- dotcom for the
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in williamsburg -- snow and ice on the roads and sidewalks did not keep some people from venturing out this morning. we saw a couple folks out jogging in williamsburg. and randy chambers told us -- no matter the weather -- he still has to get outside and take
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some people decided it was just too messy to even try, though. a couple runners on william and mary )s cross country team were all set to go for a run -- until they took one step out the door. not everyone had a choice, though. crews were out early this off the road and sidewalks. this was around eight square. but crews may have a more difficult time clearing the snow and ice tonight and into tomorrow. dominic brown has the latest in
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-- snow and wind, then sunshine....as we move through our saturday evening, bands of snow will continue to fall across parts of hampton roads as the area of low pressure that )s affected us over the past couple of days continues to spin off our coast. there will be some additional snow and ice accumulations tonight as our temperatures continue to fall through the 20s. and because of those bitterly cold temps, black ice on roads, bridges and overpasses will be a major concern tonight through early sunday morning, so be careful. in our weather this evening. with strong winds from the north- northwest around 20 and 30 mph, with gusts up to 40-45 mph, tidal flooding, especially around high tide. high tide at saturday evening. water levels will mainly reach minor levels. however, some some spots. snow will taper off overnight into early sunday morning. as most of us are getting
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with our day on sunday, the clouds will begin to break up, giving way to a good deal of sunshine through the day. high temperatures will be in the mid and upper 30s. by monday, highs will be back into the mid and upper 40s, which will help with some of the snow melt. on tuesday, we )ll have highs in-p&the -p&mid 50s. rain returns by
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and tian tian at the smithsonian s national zoo in washington, d-c. also made the best of the snow. the zoo posted this adorable video this morning after the panda woke up to more than a foot -- as you can see -- he was pretty excited about it. but this guy in baltimore found a way to get around. hopped on his snowmobile to navigate the snowy streets.
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10 >> axelrod: a monster blizzard slams the east. blinding snow brings the streets of new york to frozen standstill and shuts down broadway.
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